With all 20 top flight teams set to square off this week in the latest ePremier League Invitational, get set for every game by streaming and following the Official Premier League Playlists on Spotify.

A host of familiar faces will go head to head this week as they put their EA SPORTS FIFA 20 skills to the test in a knockout tournament to crown the second ePremier League Invitational champion.

They will be looking to take the crown from Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Diogo Jota. The Portugal international was crowned the inaugural winner just over a week ago, beating Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) with a golden goal to win the final 2-1.

The prize fund is being donated to the #PlayersTogether initiative, created by Premier League players as a collective way of generating funds for the National Health Service and distributing them where they are needed most during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The tournament will also continue to urge everyone to follow official advice by staying home and saving lives.

Each of the day’s matches will be streamed live from 15:00 BST on Tuesday 5 May, ahead of the semi-final and final from 17:00 BST on Saturday 9 May.

Fans will be able to watch all the action on the Premier League website and app as well as its YouTube, Facebook and Twitter channels. The Sky Sports YouTube and Twitch channels, as well as the Football Daily YouTube channel, will also cover the tournament.

Finals Day will also be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports’ Premier League and Main Event channels, with the tournament again being televised around the world by the Premier Leagues international broadcast partners.

Ahead of settling down to watch all day’s the games, why not stream some of the Premier League’s playlists They include the Official Fantasy Premier League Playlist, which, as part of the ePremier League Invitational, is topped by one musicians for each of the 20 sides in the top flight

Among the current Premier League players taking part in the latest Invitational are Phil Foden (Manchester City), Ryan Sessegnon (Tottenham Hotspur), Callum Wilson (AFC Bournemouth) and James Maddison (Leicester City); Former Liverpool defender Jose Enrique is also involved, representing the Reds.

Manchester United, Everton, West Ham and Arsenal won’t be represented by one of their players, however they have each picked familiar faces and big fans of their respective clubs to pick up the controller for them.

England and Sussex cricketer Jofra Archer will be representing the Red Devils; Toxteth born former WBC Cruiserweight champion Tony Bellew will be playing for his beloved Toffees; Youtuber, eSports presenter and Hashtag United founder Spencer Owens will be representing the Hammers; Gunners fanatic and Top Boy actor Micheal Ward will be playing for the North London side.

On the tournament, inaugural winner Jota says, “It is a good tournament for everyone, with good causes involved and also the fans getting involved.

“At this time, we need to find ways to help communities and also try to keep the fans entertained, giving them something to watch while they are at home.”

Anyone watching the ePremierLeague Invitational who is inspired to play FIFA 20 is urged to take regular breaks from gaming, every 45 minutes.

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